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The '''Linnaean Society of New York''' (LSNY) was established in 1878, in the New York City|city of New York, United States of America, by a group of amateurs interested in natural science, especially ornithology. The founding members included H.P. Bailey, Eugene Pintard Bicknell, Ernest Ingersoll, Clinton Hart Merriam and John Burroughs.
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Linnaean Society of New York
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Birds -- New York (State) New York
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Biodiversity Heritage Library
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American Libraries
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American Museum of Natural History
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Ernst Mayr Library, Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology
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linnaean society of new york
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griscom, ludlow, 1890-1959
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cruickshank, allan d
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foster, l. s. (lyman spalding)
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linnæan society of new york. [from old catalog]
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